August 19th is National Hot & Spicy Food Day. You could slice up some jalapeños, or add hot sauce to your dishes. Or, you could shake on this new dried Sriracha spice.
Spice manufacturer Pereg has re-formatted Sriracha sauce in a dried form.
You can now shake Sriracha on every dish you serve, infusing it with a captivating, aromatic heat (it even works with fruit salad and sorbet).
The dry spice blend is a fusion of fiery flavors or the famous “rooster sauce” that adds a twist to your culinary creations.
It’s a “secret ingredient” that can transform your cooking with zero effort.
Sriracha sauce is a hot chile-garlic blend, and Pereg’s version follows the recipe: a blend of crushed red chili peppers, paprika, garlic, and citric acid.
The spice blend encapsulates the bold heat of Sriracha sauce in a convenient, dry powder.
Just a bit will add depth and complexity to your food, enhancing the flavors with a fiery kick and hints of garlic. The citric acid creates a tantalizing tang.
Shake it on:
Are you ready to add a fiery twist to your culinary creations?
Pereg Sriracha Spice Blend is available on the company website
Stock up for party favors and stocking stuffers.
> The Scoville Scale, which ranks the heat levels of different chiles.
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